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March 1, 2015

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published March 1, 2015. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in March 2015.

Book Review


by Anna Call

Snappy, funny noir mashes up with vampires and unholy ritual in this entertaining caper. Van H. Avram doesn’t know much about vampires, but he does know about women. They seem to follow him everywhere: skinny, blond, dead women who... Read More

Book Review

The Canyon

by Lee Polevoi

"The Canyon" features a narrator with exceptionally observant powers struggling to find his place in the world. Scotty, the fourteen-year-old narrator of Stanley Crawford’s novel "The Canyon", is a keen observer of life. “Life” in... Read More

Book Review

John Lennon and the Jews

by Jeff Fleischer

Humor, pop-culture references, and personal anecdotes turn this philosophical analysis of Judaism into a thoughtful, relatable critique. Ze’ev Maghen’s John Lennon and the Jews: A Philosophical Rampage covers a lot of philosophical... Read More

Book Review

Twelve Thousand Mornings

by Felicia Topp

Through the process of building a B&B, Anne builds bonds with estranged family members and rebuilds her life from the inside out. Is it ever too late to change your life? How does one face the past when the reality of it was so... Read More

Book Review

Due for Discard

by Hilary Daninhirsch

The delightful protagonist of this whodunit is full of spunk and grit, adding intrigue and fun. Racing against the clock, an audacious forensics librarian pairs with with her brother to solve a murder, in Sharon St. George’s "Due for... Read More